Moneyfacts in the news - 25/07/2016

Monday, 25 July 2016

Moneyfacts' research and expert comments are always in demand, and in the last seven days, we've certainly got around.

Here's a quick overview of where we've been in the past week:
'How to make your holiday money go further this summer: The best ways to make purchases and exchange your money'
'Will the misery of poor returns ever end?'
'Savings rates are in the doldrums - but help is at hand'
'Yorkshire Building Society launches ANOTHER record low 10-year fixed-rate mortgage for borrowers with a 25% deposit'
'Read the small print on credit card deals'
'Yorkshire Building Society launches market-leading mortgate repayment rate'
'Before you make a date, do some background checks'
'Bank-switching down despite cash incentives'
'Subprime lenders see silver lining after Brexit'
'Manchester United bond's interest rate will double if players win title'
'Yorkshire is latest to launch 10-year fixed rate'
'Banks giving out more loans to first-time buyers than those already on the housing ladder for first time in 20 years'
'Pensioners, broadband, water bills and savings rates'
'FCA paves way for equity release innovation'
'Trio of new deals from Yorkshire Building Society'
'Yorkshire Building Society launches market-leading mortgate repayment rate'
'Yorkshire Building Society Launches Market-Leading Mortgate Repayment Rate'
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